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NFL QB Club 2002 for GameCube
By: Acclaim Entertainment Inc.

  • GameCube
  • Play-by-play commentary is handled by Kevin Harlan and Bill Maas
  • Features Current and former quarterbacks
  • Exhibition, practice, season and playoff game modes

  • Price: $9.99
    Sale: $2.58
    Prices subject to change

Product Description:

NFL QB Club 2002 delivers a super-realistic football simulation, with state-of-the-art graphics, fluid gameplay, and intuitive controls. It features the exclusive QB Challenge mode, which includes four head-to-head events: speed and mobility, accuracy, long-distance throw, and read and recognition. The game also allows players to access current and retired members, such as John Elway, Dan Marino, Steve Young, Jim Kelly, and Phil Simms. It features all 31 NFL clubs, uniforms and stadiums, more than 1,500 NFL players, more than 300 different play combinations, play-by-play from Kevin Harlan and color commentary from Bill Maas, and more than 1,500 all-new, motion-captured animations for seamless action. NFL QB Club 2002 includes real-life player facial textures for more than 350 starting NFL players, realistic player models--featuring blinking eyes, jaw motions, and facial expressions--and five modes of play: practice, exhibition, season, playoffs, and Quarterback Challenge.

The best game in the univerese       Product Reviews
by: chessrc1       on: 31-Jul 2002

This game is the coolest! you can call really neat defensive plays and also make your own plays! there's even ablilty to unlock retired QB's like Steve Young and Dan Marino and the graphics are unreal! this game is awesome
Touchdown for Acclaim Entertainment!!!       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 28-Mar 2002

I have QB Club 99 for the N64 and that's great. But here comes QB Club 2002 for the gamecube and i didn't hesitate to buy it. With it's all new game play, more recivers (A, B, X, Y, and R)and better graphics. I only have three minor complaints
1. The anouncers sometimes say the wrong player or team.
2. The normal camera view is a little far away.
3. You can't create a team. (maybe you can I not sure)
But trust me this is a great game and has a great season gameplay. The quarterback challenge is a major up point and the create a player is fabulous. The only thing I haven't done is go to the Super Bowl in New Orleans with the Jaquars....
I Own QB Club and It's Great!       Product Reviews
by: bushfan7       on: 01-Jan 2002

In a strange sequence of events, I found this game a few days ago at the bottom of an N64 clearence bin. I don't know why it's there, but I love it! The graphics in QB Club are slightly better than Madden, and are a huge improvment over past N64 QB Club games. The sound is also great (you can hear the play-by-play, the quarterback calling audibles, etc.). All 31 NFL stadiums (plus 2 bonus stadiums) are beautifully reproduced and it feels as if you're in the stadium. In addition, QB Club has create-a-player and free agents which allow you to customize and improve teams. Also, QB Club's QB Challenge mode is a fun test for when you dont want to play a full game. In summary, if you're a football fan, or if you're looking for a great Gamecube game buy NFL QB Club 2002. It's a great game!
The Best Football Game       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 25-Nov 2001

I love this game for the nintendo gamecube.It has awesome graphics and I would highly recomend it .This game brings the hard hitting action of the nfl to life.The game play on the game is veary easy.It has awesome camera views to bring the nfl to your nintendo gamecube.This is why I rate this game with five stars.

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